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Daubeney Fields
Sharing ideas on how to make your neighbourhood greener
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Daubeney Fields 9h
Breaking it up may not be easy, I know, but it has to go... We're looking forwards to the Nature is Smashing event on Saturday
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Regent's Canal Living Waterway Feb 19
Deforestation of Shoreditch Park may be expanded to other green spaces in Hackney as the green spaces section of the draft Local Plan, which lays out Council policy, indicates a weakening of protection for & lack of understanding of these precious places.
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Hackney Citizen Feb 18
Smash up paving and make way for nature at groundbreaking event ‘If a lot of people make a little space, we can make a difference’, says 's postcode gardener
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Greta Thunberg Feb 13
”We, the undersigned academics, stand in solidarity with the children going on school climate strike on 15 February, and with all those taking a stand for the future of the planet.”
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Daubeney Fields Feb 12
Sharing in advance of this Friday's school action on the climate emergency.
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Daubeney Fields Feb 9
I fully support Hackney Council in declaring a Climate Emergency - Sign the Petition! via
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Hackney Citizen Feb 7
The Citizen Gardener: ‘You don’t need a big space’ Award-winning community gardener Kate Poland has a few tips and tricks for growing in confined conditions
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Daubeney Fields Feb 8
There's some amazing mapping around at the moment. Here's another great one.
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Daubeney Fields Feb 6
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Daubeney Fields Feb 4
Nature and the City. The story goes on.
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Daubeney Fields Jan 30
Replying to @stef
Grocal?
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Hackney Citizen Jan 30
Campaign group urges council to give greater protection to green space criticises defence that community designation powers already exist in national policy as ‘disingenuous’
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Daubeney Fields Jan 28
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Daubeney Fields Jan 28
Replying to @grassroofco
We absolutely could. Genius!
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Daubeney Fields Jan 27
You can get all 5 in one go by linking with neighbours to make your street #10×Greener, helping you and your community thrive.
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E5postcodegardener Jan 21
If you give it space, nature will emerge. We're encouraging and helping people on 16.2.19 to remove a brick or paving stone and to replace it with a plant or just . .
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Daubeney Fields Jan 21
Replying to @Duke_Nuke
That's great Duke. Find out how you can get involved here. Best of luck. Let's spread the greening.
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Daubeney Fields Jan 21
Connecting people with nature is also a great way of connecting people with people.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Jan 18
Watching Cities, Nature's new wild, at in Hackney, London.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Jan 18
thanks for giving your support to and being so open to ideas for making more spaces and places greener in .
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